Haasan Scott and Joey Kay are both enrolled in the outdoor leadership program and are excited to be the new interns for the Valdez Adventure Alliance!
Jorge is inspired to help others experience the benefits of outdoor recreation because that is what helped him when he was going through his own hardships.
Kerra has a long history with PWSC. She first started as a student, and after graduating in 2010, she has held several job positions. Presently she works in the business office as a fiscal technician. In addition to working for PWSC, Kerra is an advocate at Advocates for Victims of Violence (AVV).
An adventurer and sailor, Paul has been on top of over 300 summits and is credited for more than 80 first ascents in Alaska. He enjoys sailing and anchoring at places where he can get off the boat to climb mountains. Now aged 70, he sees the value of staying active in the gym to help him stay active outside. “I credit the gym work with allowing me to continue playing in our mountains in my 70th decade. No end in sight, yet.”
Katie Bobowski is the coordinator of the Copper Basin Extension Center. She does a lot for the Center, but one key role that she plays is to coordinate community outreach and education for the college in the Copper Basin area.
Andrew Bradley is a senior at the Valdez High School and a dual-credit student at PWSC. Andrew has lived in many places: Oklahoma, Kansas, California, Kodiak, and even Japan. Out of all of the places he has lived Valdez is his favorite!
Sophia has been taking dual-credit courses at PWSC. She is planning on completing the Certified Nurse Assistant course this spring and has an internship with Seed Media. She is considering going into nursing and is exploring her love of photography.
PWSC will be closed Tuesday, December 24-Wednesday, January 1 for the university-wide winter break. Additionally, some services surrounding those dates will be limited.
Apply now and use the waiver code FREEPWSC to save yourself the $40 application fee!